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Lens Roses ®
most recent 7 OCT 18 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 7 OCT 18 by Lens Roses ®
Hello, I'm Ann Velle-Boudolf but I'm not the hybridiser of this rose 'Heike Giannotti'. The hybridiser is a amateur rose lover Gérard Heubrecq from Belgium.
I'm in contact with Gérard. So if you want more information I can send you the email address of Gérard Heubrecq.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 7 OCT 18 by Patricia Routley
Thank you Ann. We’ve changed the breeder to Gérard Heubrecq.
Contact details for breeder’s are always valuable to check details. Perhaps if you send me Gérard’s email in a Private Message.

While we have you, may I check a couple of details with your roses.
Was ‘Pretty Red’ bred by Lens or Velle?
Are there any code names for ‘Wilderode’ and ‘Prins Alexander van Belgie’.
Are there any names for VELpinktsi VELtriepin, VELsibewes, VELmari, and Y905.

Thanks for your help.
most recent 10 OCT 17 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 10 OCT 17 by Lens Roses ®
Dear Mr, Mrs,
This photo has to be turned/rotated to the right.
Is it possible that the roses I created are mentioned under the name : bred by Ann Velle-Boudolf (Lens Roses).
Thanks in advance Ann Velle
Reply #1 of 1 posted 10 OCT 17 by Jay-Jay
You can rotate Your photo's Yourselves on HMF by clicking on the "Edit" button (after You clicked on the thumbnail = small photo) a screen opens and in it there is the possibility to turn/rotate Your photo Yourselves.
Good Luck!
Dag Mw. Ann Velle, Uw foto kunt U zelf roteren, door op de kleine foto te clicken, daarna boven de grote foto op de "Edit" knop te clicken, en dan staan onderaan dat venster twee mogelijkheden, om de foto te roteren.
PS: Beautiful own bred roses You uploaded photo's of!!!
most recent 10 OCT 17 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 10 OCT 17 by Lens Roses ®
Dear Mr, Mrs,
is it possible to rotae / turn this photo to the rigt. It hasn't been coppied in the correct way.
Thank yoy
Ann Velle, Lens Roses
most recent 3 AUG 17 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 1 AUG 17 by Lens Roses ®
We gave the rose R.gallica Officinalis x Etoile de Hollande a commercial name: Etoile pourpre.
This rose is very popular in the gardens of Sangerhausen. We have it available in our catalogue.
Best regards
Ann Velle
Reply #1 of 1 posted 3 AUG 17 by Patricia Routley
Thank you Ann
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